U.S. Congress

NOUN
  1. the legislature of the United States government
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How To Use U.S. Congress In A Sentence

  • GRAHAM: It's 1896 all over again if we end up in a highly politicalized (sic) atmosphere, either in the state legislature or in the U.S. Congress. CNN Transcript - Special Event: Florida Senator Bob Graham Holds a News Conference - November 26, 2000
  • A U.S. Congressional delegation made an equally emphatic statement in late August.
  • In this period the cost of the U.S. portion - the largest share of the project - began to draw the attention of NASA and the U.S. Congress.
  • The U.S. Congress, led by Senator Joseph McCarthy and the House Committee on Un-American Activities, conducted witch-hunts in search of Communist sympathizers.
  • But their recognition of what these two players have faced is a smack-down to every Peter King the U.S. Congressman, not the sportswriter and Fox News hack who thinks Arabs and Muslims exist only to be demonized. Dave Zirin: Kazemi and Abdul-Qaadir: Recognizing the Courage of Muslim Athletes
  • But today, in the U.S. Congress, an antichoice cabal in the Republican Party is seeking to prevent poor women from accessing federally funded family planning and other reproductive health services. Jon O'Brien: My Catholic Conscience: Doing The Right Thing For Women
  • The U.S. Congress lies on Capitol Hill.
  • A U.S. Congress report estimates that half the e-mail on the Net is such unsolicited junk.
  • The company, also the largest source of financing for home mortgages in the United States, is a shareholder-owned corporation chartered by the U.S. Congress.
  • His report helped to convince the U.S. Congress to withdraw this region from public auction.
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